Marian Goodman Gallery, London reopened on Tuesday 16 June 2020. Admission are by appointment only and timed slots can be booked via the gallery website. The gallery opened with a solo exhibition of Rineke Dijkstra that, due to the gallery’s closure on March 13th 2020, never opened to the public. This exhibition is the artist’s first solo presentation in the UK since 2010. In line with government guidance, the gallery reopened with extensive health and safety measures to protect both staff and visitors. There is a limit of 12 visitors in the gallery at any one time, one-way systems around the gallery space, and contact-free hand sanitising stations are positioned at the entrance of the gallery. Social distancing is maintained at two metres, and all visitors are required to wear face masks. The video installation Night Watching has a duration of 35 minutes and allows for up to six viewers at any given time. Marian Goodman Gallery is open with reduced hours of operation, Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 5pm. Marian Goodman Gallery 5–8 Lower John Street London W1F 9DY +44 (0)20...
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